Have you ever felt like why am I alone? It’s okay we all feel sometimes like that, but the truth is you’re not alone. We all feel like sometimes we are not worth it but you are? I can remember a time in my life when I was sitting in a classroom and I was smiling and saying, “Hello” and trying to be nice to my fellow classmates on the first week of classes. You know what happened? No one spoke to me, they looked at me like I had grown a third eye. They didn’t even want to speak to me. I continued throughout the school year to try and become friends with them. I even questioned myself. Am I too much? What is wrong with me? Do I look funny? You know what I realized some people just won’t like you or they just don’t want to be friends with you. Not everyone in life is going to like you and you know what it doesn’t matter. Their thoughts about you don’t matter. You keep being you. Don’t over think it and try and be you. Don’t be mean or angry just be nice and continue on with your life. Stay positive and don’t let anyone steal your joy. You deserve to be happy, so keep moving forward.
–Always look to the rising sky
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